Jimmy Everest Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Children
This very special center is designed to improve the treatment experience for a child, and the child’s family, when faced with cancer or a blood disorder.
James “Jimmy” Christopher Everest died in 1992 at the age of 17, after a brave bout with bone cancer. Memorial donations were made to create the Jimmy Everest Center in honor of his life.
Staffed by OU Children’s Physicians the Jimmy Everest Center is a child’s best resource in providing cancer and blood disorder treatment, along with emotional and mental support. The child-friendly center, which serves as a referral center for children throughout Oklahoma and the region, focuses on providing comprehensive care for cancer and blood disorders, including cancer, benign hematology, bleeding and clotting disorders, and provide several comprehensive clinics including sickle cell disease, hemophilia, thrombophilia, brain tumors, neurocutaneous syndromes, and survivorship.